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Until 1938, Edwin Catford worked for Edinburgh Corporation Transport Department as its chief electrician, where he made important contributions to the ongoing development of the city's trams. This book showcases a selection of his photographs, capturing a unique era in Edinburgh's transport history. Return To Tour Edinburgh. Tour Edinburgh Tour Island Of Skye
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Transport Photographs. We are indebted to Edwin O Catford for the many photographs he took of early trams and buses in the streets of Edinburgh, and for his many posed photographs taken inside Edinburgh Corporation Transport Department's depots and workshops. EO Catford was head of the corporation transport, and was obviously keen to record views of his vehicles, both on the road and in the depots and workshops, though he was never employed by Edinburgh Corporation as their official transport photographer